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13 September 2012, 12:38 | Updated: 13 September 2012, 12:47
The 'One Thing' singer will take to the field with his former Sunday league side against Doncaster Rovers in October.
One Direction star Louis Tomlinson has confirmed the date for his planned charity football match against League One side Doncaster Rovers.
The 'What Makes You Beautiful' star had teased details of the game earlier this week and has revealed that he will be getting kitted up with his former Sunday league side against the professional squad next month.
The boy band star took to his Twitter account yesterday (12th September) to unveil the information to fans.
"So if anyone wants to come and see me play football its 22nd oct 6.30pm Tickets on sale 9am Monday," he added: "It's all for charity so we hope for a big turn out some of the other lads are coming down to watch! #louischarityfootball spread the word !"
Tickets for the match will be priced at £5 for adults and anyone under 16 can get in the Keepmoat Stadium for £3.
Louis will be seen with his Three Horse Shoes team – which he recently saved via a huge cash injection and played for before finding fame with One Direction.
The singer's mother recently confessed that the star's band mates could also feature in the match.
Meanwhile, Louis and One Direction will headline the iTunes Festival 2012 next week and are preparing to release their new single 'Live While We're Young' at the end of the month.
Their new album 'Take Me Home' will also follow on 12th November.